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Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jun 21, 2010

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Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jun 20, 2010

That's leaking from the hoses coming out from the boiler,if the machine is new it should be still under warranty, may have to take it back to the service center.When making coffee the lines are under pressure and the water never have a chance to pass through the ground coffee.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Jun 18, 2010

I had this problem once, i think it was the magnetic sensor for the door to the brew group. Make sure it is clean inside and properly closed.
Hope it helps.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on May 06, 2010

Does water comes out when turn on the knob? If it is, try making steam, it should come out also. Make sure the knob is turned fully.Probably the seals in the valve is jamming and preventing the knob to turn fully.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Apr 15, 2010

That is serious, that means the grinder is jammed or not working. To check the components of the machine follow these instructions.
Press and hold the steam button and turn on the machine, when you see the lights going around in anticlockwise direction, release the button. Turn the coffee dial to the left and press the steam button, the grinder should turn. Dial on the right and pressing coffee ****. water pump runs. Press steam ****. brew group go up, dial 1/4 to left B/Group down.
If grinder not turning the motor is bad. Hope it will help to find out.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 28, 2010

You have to press the hot water button for 10
seconds to disable the descaling
The steam button on the left.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Mar 06, 2010

It wants you to descale..... look in the user manual for instructions how. When you have done it hold down the steam button for 10 secs to reset the descale warning lamp.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Feb 13, 2010

It is exactly like btmachi says, the thermostat needs resetting. I have done it myself and have made a walkthrough as to how to do it. Find it here: http://odeago.zxq.net/Odea_Go_Repair/Welcome.html
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Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Feb 13, 2010

I'm guessing this is one of the rubber tips at the lower part of the spout with sort of a flattened oval shape to it. If you haven't yanked it completely out and still see the black hose. You may be able to plug it up or clamp it shut as the coffee should come out of the other black hose. It's part of a T-hose connection that splits the coffee stream to fill two cups at the same time. But like most of us, we don't like to 'share' so working with one spout should be okay. To fix it requires a service center as the machine needs to be taken apart just to replace it. (think of a 50 cent gasket on a car that needs the whole engine to be apart just to replace it.) Good luck and Keep the kids away from the spout as it does look like a 'nose'

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Feb 10, 2010

Group is stuck in mid cycle due to some obstruction. You will need to have it serviced. Though it's possible to jiggle and pull it out. The machine will not likely reset itself, preventing you from re-inserting the group. Still requires a service to manually remove obstruction and reset it.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Feb 10, 2010

the is a safty switch in the machine behind the group if the group is not in place hitting the switch the machine thinks it is not in place try reinserting.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Dec 26, 2009

make the coffe finer by adjusting the grinder this should help

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Dec 18, 2009

Seals in the valve is leaking...have to replace it.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Dec 16, 2009

The steam valve needs to be replaced, because the pins have been damaged from high pressure buildup, could have been caused from a very fine grind. You can also check the screen in the brew unit that might be blocked and causing the high pressure backup.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Nov 15, 2009

Remove the brew unit and clean shower screen, then adjust grind coarser and try a shot.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Nov 12, 2009

It could be a few things. Could be a loose wire on the inside that came undone. It also could be the high limit thermofuse kick off in the machine to protect itself. Worst case it could be the electriconics themself. Doesn't sound like it, but you have to look at every possible angle.

If its still under warrenty you can rma it, if not you have to send it in. Reseting the high limits on the newer model machines is alittle bit of a headache and should be done only by a certified saeco tech.

Why does it happen? If you leave the machine on for elongated periods of time and the boiler evaporates all of the water, to protect itself, the high limit thermofuse pops to stop the boiler heating elements from heating up. Think of it like an emergency kill switch. It shouldn't cost much to reactivate them if that is the problem, its just the hassle of getting into the machine.

Saeco in the future may find an easier method of reseting the thermofuses, hopefully an external solution so we don't need to open the machine up every time.

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Sep 12, 2009

maybe pump make noise,check holder of pump,or replace pump

Saeco Odea Go | Answered on Aug 29, 2009

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